Lake Bostalsee



brief description: 

With a water surface of 120 ha, Bostalsee is the largest leisure lake in south-western Germany. It offers visitors a great variety of leisure activities, such as surfing, sailing, or paddle boats. In addition, the lake disposes of two sand beaches for sunbathing and a reservoir dam, 500 m in length. For those wanting to walk around the lake, there is a 6,8 km footpath.

relevant filming facts

tourism, concerts, performances and events of all kinds
very good
Background noise: 
caused by tourists and swimmers, especially during the summer months. Also, jet planes frequently carry out aerial training exercises above the lake
possible disturbing factors: 
background noise due to tourism and, possibly, aerial exercises (jet training)
Space restrictions: 
to be discussed
Time restrictions : 
to be discussed
two eateries, Brasserie am See (next to the lake administration) and Bostalklause (next to the campsite), are at your disposal. Close to the reservoir dam and the surf base, kiosks offer snacks and refreshments. Additionally, in the towns surrounding the lake, you can find plenty of restaurants that could serve as caterers
upon prior agreement with Ms. Maslan-Mayer, a conference hall in the lake administration building can be made available for make-up, wardrobe, technical equipment, etc.


lake Bostalsee is situated in the northern part of Saarland and can easily be reached via the A1 motorway (Primstal exit) and the A62 motorway (Türkismühle exit).
destination station Türkismühle


sanitary facilities: 
sufficient facilities are available in proximity to the lake administration and the surf base
parking lot: 
sufficient spaces available in close proximity to the lake administration and the surf base. Lakeshore can be reached in 1-2 minutes on foot
electricity supply: 
electrical panels are installed at regular intervals on the terrain along the fairground and the lido
water supply: 
available in the toilet facilities


Steffen Conrad